I’m sure by now you’ve noticed the delightful addition to Facebook in honor of Harry Potter. If you haven’t, I’ll quickly sum it up: type “Harry Potter,” “Gryffindor,”‘Ravenclaw,” “Hufflepuff,” or “Slytherin” into a status update and click on the word for a lovely little surprise. It’s just one of the online celebrations of the 20th
Ok, I have a question for you. Be honest here. How many of you kept a journal of your kids’ baby years, detailing their height and weight at each doctor visit, their reactions to trying sweet potatoes for the first time, and where you were when they said their first words? None of you? I though so! We
Rufus Goes to Sea was written by Kim T. Griswell. It was illustrated by Valeri Gorbachev. I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own. About the book: Ahoy—Pirate Pig on board! What does a book-loving pig like Rufus do when school’s out for summer?
Talk about a slow reading month for me! I think I only read 1 book… and I’m not even finished with it. I have to admit… it’s kind of embarrassing for me. I mean. 1 book? There were a few months I read 1 (or 2) DOZEN books. Sigh. We’ll blame it on holiday busy-ness
4 books? I only read 4 books in November? That number would seem REALLY wrong if I didn’t have a list of 13 other books I was supposed to also have read by now. I do have to say… these 4 books were all fabulous. I loved every one of them. If you could only
I’ve gotten “stuck” on a box set of romances that I just can’t move on from. It’s really put me embarrassingly behind on the book reviews that I have (over)due for the book tour groups I’m a part of. I’m surprised they haven’t kicked me out. There are seriously about a dozen other books I
My book reading has definitely slowed down in the last months. On 6 this month (and one was a children’s book). My book calendar is FULL for the next month though… so I guess we should take bets now on how far behind I’m going to get? Have you read anything worth noting lately? Have
8 books in August. At least 4 of them were longer than the usual books I’ve been reading. I loved them… but they were definitely books with more depth in writing. Do you have any good books to share this month? Anything you think I should absolutely read? Discovering Delilah by Melissa Foster Healed
July was a pretty slow month for reading. Only 6 books. I can’t remember the last month I read 6 or less books. It was a really busy month for everything else (the kids’ birthday bbq, a long weekend at LBI, BlogHer and Blogger Bash in NYC, a week in Ithaca at my brother’s house).
June was not my best month for reading. The end of school really seemed to take up a lot of my time this year. Still… I got in a dozen books (one a children’s book). I’ve posted all of the read books…. but don’t have links for 1/2 of the reviews yet. I seem to